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Automatic control handbook

Automatic control handbook

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Published by Newnes in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementadvisory editor, G.A.T. Burdett.
ContributionsBurdett, Geoffrey, 1910-
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19155715M

Sectional electric drives are used on different sections of a machine where a precise differential must be maintained between the sections. Some of the larger processes include electrical power generation, oil refining, chemicals, steel mills, plastics, cement plants, fertilizer plants, pulp and paper Automatic control handbook book, automobile and truck assembly, aircraft production, glass manufacturing, natural gas separation plants, food and beverage processing, canning and bottling and manufacture of various kinds of parts. Using relays for control purposes allowed event-driven control, where actions could be triggered out of sequence, in response to external events. In paper making the paper sheet shrinks as it passes around steam heated drying arranged in groups, which must run at successively slower speeds. For example, in the vertebrate visual systemcalcium dynamics in the retinal photoreceptors adjust gain to suit light levels. Central control rooms became common in the s, but as late as the early s, most process control was on-off.

Sequential control and logical sequence or system state control[ edit ] Main article: Programmable logic controller Sequential control may Automatic control handbook book either to a fixed sequence or to a logical one that will perform different actions depending on various system states. Vogad circuits are normally adjusted so that at low levels of input the signal is not fully boosted, but instead follow a linear boost curve. The design of feedback control systems up through the Industrial Revolution was by trial-and-error, together with a great deal of engineering intuition. Solenoid valves are widely used on compressed air or hydraulic fluid for powering actuators on mechanical components.

Since the AM detector diode produces a DC voltage proportional to signal strength, this voltage can be fed back to earlier stages of the receiver to reduce gain. If the level of the signal on the tape is low, the noise is more prominent, i. The design of feedback control systems up through the Industrial Revolution was by trial-and-error, together with a great deal of engineering intuition. Significant applications[ edit ] The automatic telephone switchboard was introduced in along with dial telephones.


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Sectional electric drives are used on different sections of a machine where a precise differential must be maintained between the sections. However, the factory never reached full "lights out" status.

This works well with noise cancelling microphones. These were more flexible in their response than the rigid single-sequence cam timers. For most of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, the most influential of these movements were led by organized laborwhich advocated for the retraining of workers whose jobs were rendered redundant by machines.

Unpredictable or excessive development costs. Suppose that the motor in the example is powering machinery that has a critical need for lubrication. Vogad[ edit ] A voice-operated gain-adjusting device [7] or volume-operated gain-adjusting device [8] vogad is a type of AGC or compressor for microphone amplification.

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